Bruce Willis Destroyed By Ex Wife Demi Moore After Surprise Visit To Roast

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Hi mate, can I have a taxi to Bruce Willis’ Comedy Central Roast please? (Yeah). It’s going anywhere mate. Just get him outta here. Away from his ex-wife, Demi Moore. She just DESTROYED him in a surprise visit.

The couple, who were wed from 1987 to 2000, were reunited under the most bizarre circumstances during Saturday’s taping of the Comedy Central Roast of Bruce Willis at the Hollywood Palladium.

The 55-year-old actor cracked jokes about her former fella, making jibes at everything from his bald head to the most recent Die Hard movies.

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She said, as per People:

For those of you that don’t know me, I am Demi Moore. I was married to Bruce for the first three Die Hard movies, which makes sense, because the last two sucked.

The pair share children Rumer, 29, Scout, 26, and Tallulah Belle, 24 — all of whom were in attendance to watch their father’s roast.

Moore added:

Scout asked me not to say anything, but just last week he offered her a thousand dollars to change his diaper. Some things never change.

As is the nature of Comedy Central Roasts, controversy paid a few visits in the form of piercing put-downs.

At one point, Moore joked her husband only landed his role in Pulp Fiction after paying a visit to Harvey Weinstein‘s hotel room.

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She continued:

I was there for some special moments. Groundbreaking. Bruce got his career-breaking moment in Pulp Fiction, and it seemed really odd at the time, this big action star in a little indie film, but Bruce went over to Harvey Weinstein’s hotel, and I don’t know, but he came back and said, ‘I got the part!’

The event was hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who portrays a young version of Willis’ character in the 2012 film Looper.

It also featured jokes from some of Willis’ co-stars and friends, including Edward Norton, Cybill Shepherd, Martha Stewart, Dennis Rodman and Jeff Ross.

Willis told reporters at the event how he agreed to participate in the roast because ‘these guys are all my friends, and they are all crazy in their own right.’

He added:

It’s just going to be a big room full of laughter, and you don’t see things like that very often.

You don’t see, ‘Let’s go down there and laugh as much as we can.’ It doesn’t bother me when someone takes the p*ss out of me.

This is going to be a big party.

For what it’s worth, Bruce Willis recently confirmed Die Hard is in fact, NOT a Christmas film. It’s a ‘Bruce Willis film,’ according to the man himself.

So we can all put an end to that social media nonsense come November/December time.

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